Though not Jay’s greatest, ‘MCHG’ takes us on a journey of wealth and success, complaints about fame, loss of religion, a tortured fatherless childhood, and a proclamation of something greater for his daughter.
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Kanye West’s controversial, chart-topping ‘Yeezus’ finds itself influenced by hardcore Jamaican dancehall mixed in with acid house, electro and industrial grind beats.
J. Cole’s highly-anticipated sophomore album, ‘Born Sinner’ lives up to its rather high expectations.
The mixtape opens with a female narrator echoing sentiments for freedom of inspiration inspired by Julian Assange’s recent campaign. Keeping with the “Internet is going to get us theme” from the last album, M.I.A. sonically and thematically creates a landscape that chatters a mile a minute and feels like every social network rolled into one.